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September 07, 2005

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Publication Date: Wednesday, September 07, 2005

  • Cover Story
  • Can this bookstore be saved?
  • Shock, grief mark Kepler's closing
  • News
  • Local arts advocates launch nonprofit for public art
  • Rescue team dispatched to New Orleans disaster area
  • Now it's definite: Anderson Chevrolet is closing
  • Menlo Park council meetings on the Internet
  • News Briefs: Man hospitalized after motorcycle accident
  • Community Notebook: Flight of Eagles: Troop 206 observes 50th year
  • Former teacher sentenced for affair with teen student
  • Woodside: Four people seek council appointment
  • Opinion
  • EDITORIAL: Some hope for Kepler's after all
  • Readers mourn Kepler's closing
  • LETTERS
  • Food and Drink
  • Food & Drink: Back-yard bounty -- Local 'enoteca' features wine and food from the Bay Area's vineyards, farms and gardens
  • Food & Drink: Martella's art of winemaking begins with honoring the land
  • Rotary's 'Taste of Woodside' fundraiser set for September 18
  • For the Record
  • Police Calls
  • Obituaries
  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Around Town: Healthy Kids benefit
  • Schools
  • BACK TO SCHOOL 2005: Almanac special report on public schools
  • Back to School 2005: Las Lomitas School District
  • Back to School 2005: Menlo Park City School District
  • Back to School 2005: Portola Valley School District
  • Back to School 2005: Woodside School District
  • Woodside High bans gang colors on campus
  • School Notebook: Neighbors meet on Phillips Brooks
  • Sports
  • Basketball team makes national tourney
  • Master Community Calendar
  • Movies
  • Current Movie Times & Reviews
  • Mini Movie Reviews
  • Movie Theatre Addresses and Phone Numbers
  • MarketPlace
  • Classifieds
  • Online Classified Ad Form

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